Check out the channel.
h/t Joanne McNeil, “Glitches in the Matrix: Adventures in the CGI Wilderness.” Filmmaker. June 19, 2019.
New video from Cyriak.
“Directed by the pioneering UK documentarian Richard Leacock, Frames of Reference is a slick and surreal dive into physics fundamentals and, in particular, why everything is indeed relative.”
I found this list of foraging books useful.
“The battle for LGBTQ rights hasn’t only been fought on the streets of coastal cities; it has also taken place on the dirt roads, campuses, and in the homes of rural America. In this new short documentary—released 50 years after the Stonewall riots, which brought LGBTQ rights into the national consciousness—gay men living in central Tennessee, and their families, share stories of struggle and self-acceptance. We meet the retiree who spent his entire professional life in the closet, his devoted partner of 20 years, a pastor determined to overcome his own prejudices, and the pastor’s gay son, newly in love and just starting to come into his own.”
—Kate Kunath. “Show Me The Way.” Topic. June 2019.
Applied Science is a weekly YouTube channel for interesting applied science and technology.
A nice companion list to the BFI’s lists of great films.